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You may notice a new page layout to the JavaPerformanceTuning site. You can thank Kirk for dragging our look into the 21st century. Yes, I finally broke down and agreed to use tables in the web pages. Until now, we have pretty much stuck to HTML 1.0, no embedded graphics (except for the tool reports), no frames, no javascript, in fact generally almost nothing that slows down the download and page presentation.

Using tables doesn't slow down the presentation enough for me to worry about though. And there are no extra remote calls, just a little extra HTML code and a little more CPU required to lay out the page. But the look is much better (I hope you'll agree).

We are still tweaking the look, and any feedback is welcome. As a consequence of his hard work, we decided to inflict our interview on Kirk this month.

You might also notice, if you look down along the menu bar or down the boxes on the left of any page on the site, that we have a new training section. We've put together a set of excellent Java Performance Tuning training courses, and encourage you to look over the course outlines, accessible from our training page

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Well, sad to say, but I've given up trying to keep up. There are so many good articles coming out, it's like trying to hold back the tide. So instead, I'm giving you access to my backlog page. In fact, I'm even backlogged on my backlog page. I have lists of other URLs and I haven't even had time to check whether they should go on the backlog page!

I did manage to find the time to extract tips from articles across the board this month. J2EE, J2ME, bytecode, garbage collection, object design and Java 3D. That even included a three part series on J2EE performance tuning.

Of course all our regular sections are still here too. Kirk's roundup covering the interesting recent Java performance discussions not to mention McDonalds' performance metrics; and carrying on with Kirk, we interview him in this month's interview. Our question of the month follows up from last month's fairly controversial question of the month benchmark

Javva The Hutt rants about the future of computer languages; we have a new tool report on Quest's JProbe profiler; and, of course, we have over 70 new performance tips extracted in concise form.

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